Press TV reports:
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A prominent international lawyer says former US President George W. Bush, and former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair stand guilty of crimes against peace, war crimes and torture.
“We are making efforts now to do this,” Boyle stated, adding, “We tried to get Bush in Switzerland, but his lawyers advised him not to go to Switzerland. I tried three times to get Bush in Canada, but unfortunately the Canadian government protected Bush.”
“The wheels of justice might turn slowly, but they do turn.”
The following evidence is only a very small tip of the iceberg that accumulates to unfathomable depths below the murky waters: ‘Collateral Murder’ – US military gun camera footage depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad, July 12, 2007 — including two Reuters news staff, while the shooters laugh and verbally high-five each other over the “good shoot”, with congratulations of: “just look at that pile of dead bastards over there.” Like the proverbial cat in the litter-box, the exposure of this major criminal act is still in the process of being covered up by the guilty parties, who have gone completely psycho over Julian Assange for having unmasked their criminal behavior.
How many have forgotten Gulf War Part-1, with the ‘Desert Storm’ troopers of Norman Schwarzkopf, under Papa Bush, which commenced August of 1990? In this instance, Saddam Hussein complaining of Kuwait pinching Iraqi oil at the border was tricked by U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, April Glaspie, under Bush I, into believing U.S. would not feel bothered if Iraq were to defend its oil rights. This sleight of hand trickery resulted in two decades of incessant, brutal U.S. predatory carnage against the Iraqi people, that continues to blossom out into the surrounding areas, which was ramped up in 2001, with no end in sight, on through today.
In the aftermath of Desert Storm, U.S. pilots mercilessly attacked thousands of fleeing Iraqi’s; soldiers and civilians. The bombing and strafing began at midnight and continued for hours. There was no escape. Pool reporters filmed the aftermath. Over sixty miles of highway littered with cars buses trucks and a handful of tanks. The bodies were never counted. Halliburton was later called in, under cover, to bulldoze the carnage into mass graves. One U.S. cowboy pilot, gleefully, remarked that it was like Shooting Fish in a Bowl.
Let’s not forget the exhibition of U.S. depravity as it murdered fleeing Iraqi’s on the Iraqi Highway of Death –
How about the sacking of CNN reporter Peter Arnett who fearlessly stood against the imperial war machine, reporting live from Baghdad’s Al Rashid Hotel, as the carnage of Operation Desert Storm transpired? About halfway through the ‘war’ the CIA approached Arnett, with lame eviction excuses that it was necessary to bomb the hotel – housing the reporters – because Iraqi military was operating a high-level communication network from the basement of the hotel. Arnett refused to leave, stating he had been given a tour of the hotel and denied there was such a facility. The U.S. military, unable to dispense with Arnett otherwise, put pressure on CNN to force his resignation, successfully muzzling his unbiased reports.
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